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week of OCTOBER 21, 2019

Character Trait of the Month:  Respect

Treat others how you want to be treated · Be accepting of differences · Be considerate of the feelings of others · Deal peacefully with anger, insults and disagreements

 

Happy Belated Birthday!

October 17-Zoha Syed

 

Happy Birthday!

October 23-Dalile Mendez

October 24-Isabel Vasquez

 

Monday Morning Assembly

Monday Morning Assembly Flag Salute-Ms. Campos

Next Week’s Monday Morning Assembly Flag Salute-Ms. Sandoval

 

This Week

Monday, October 21

On Campus: Luquin, Broome, Gabrielsen

7:55                Morning Assembly

8:15                Parent Workshop:  Healthy Habits for Families

8:15                School for Advanced Studies Tour

 

Tuesday, October 22

On Campus: Luquin, Gabrielsen

AM                 Leon and Mendez to AVID Program Visit at Gratts ES

8:15                Parent Workshop:  What Triggers a Tantrum

 

Wednesday, October 23

On Campus: Broome, Gabrielsen

All Day           Leon to Principal’s Meeting

8:15                Parent Workshop:  ELAC

 

Thursday, October 24

On Campus:  Bautista, Broome, De Falco, Gonzalez

All Day           Student of the Month Assemblies, MiSiS Opens for Grade Entry

8:15                Reading as a Family

2:40                School Site Council

 

Friday, October 25

On Campus:  Luquin, Gabrielsen

8:30                Honor Student Assembly-Grade 4

9:30                Honor Student Assembly-Grade 5

 

Saturday, October 26

9:00-12:00    Saturday Academy

 

*FROM THE PRINCIPAL (ESTHER LEON)*  

Thank you!

Thank you to all our staff who supported Movie Night by either setting up, attending, or promoting the event.  It’s always a great feeling seeing our families spend quality time with one another.

 

DIBELS Progress Monitoring

All students with a red composite score in DIBELS must be progress monitored on Monday, October 21st.

 

All students with a yellow and low green composite score in DIBELS must be progress monitored by Friday, October 25th.

 

Red Ribbon Week

Red Ribbon Week was established in 1988 in response to the murder of DEA Agent, Enrique Camarena.  Angered parents and youth across the country began wearing Red Ribbons as a symbol of their commitment to raise awareness of the killing and destruction cause by drugs in America.

 

Noble student will participate in red ribbon week with school spirit days:

Monday-“Proud to be Drug Free!”- Wear Red to Kick Off Red Ribbon Week

Tuesday-“Too Bright for Drugs!”-Wear Neon Clothes

Wednesday-“Be On a Drug Free Team!”-Wear your favorite sports jersey or t-shirt

Thursday-“Sock it to Drugs!”-Wear Crazy or Mismatched Socks

Friday-“Turn your back to Drugs!”-Wear Clothes Backwards

 

Agendas

Click here for Tuesday’s Banked Tuesday and Faculty Agenda.

 

*FROM COORDINATOR (CAROLINA MARTIN)*

Noble’s Annual Movie Night 

A HUGE THANKS to all of you who helped make Movie Night a success!  

 

Noble Honor Students Assembly

The Noble Honor Students Assembly will take place on Friday, October 25, 2019.  The 4thgrade will attend at 8:30 am and 5thgrade will attend at 9:30 am.  All 4thgrade and 5thgrade classes are invited. Please arrive on time.

 

Red Ribbon Week Assemblies

On Friday, October 25, 2019 there will be an assembly focusing on Red Ribbon Week topics. CHP and the office of Assembly member Adrin Nazarian have partnered up to offer this assembly to Noble students.  I will be placing a schedule in your boxes.

 

SSC

On Thursday, October 24th we will have an SSC meeting in the parent center 2:40 pm.  Everyone is welcome to attend.

 

Chocolate Fundraiser, Magic Show

On Monday, November 4th, 2019 we will be hosting a Magic Show for those students who sold a minimum of $30 dollars’ worth of chocolate during our Fall Chocolate Fundraiser.  The Magic Show will be held in the auditorium. The show will begin at 1:20 p.m. and will end at 2:10 p.m. 

 

You will receive a roster of the students in your class that have been invited to attend the Magic Show, it will be placed in your box.  If you have any questions, don't hesitate to ask.